A Versatile and User-Friendly Biomechanics Software Platform

Seamlessly collect and combine a variety of data within a unified software platform. The integration of electromyography, force, pressure, motion and high speed video is complemented by automatic synchronization, creating a smarter workflow and reliable data. Collection, review, analysis, and reporting is now a streamlined process, even with data from many complex biomechanics recording systems.

The myoRESEARCH® module configurations allow you to quickly select the devices to be used for your session and your data will be automatically time synchronized.

Software Maintenance & Support Plan

Make sure you have all of the newest features of myoRESEARCH®. With the Software Maintenance & Support Plan, you’re entitled to:

  • The latest myoRESEARCH® software upgrades
  • Ongoing software support and training
  • Admission for 2 to our Annual Users Meeting

Academic License

We now offer an analysis-only version of our software for FREE to current MR3 users. Whether you need to further your education, practice your techniques or simply want to process data outside the lab, we have you covered!


Surface and
Fine Wire EMG
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Wireless Full Body
3D Kinematics
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Gait, Stance and
Jump Kinetics
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Third-Party Analog
Signal Integration
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Video Data
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3D Force Plates
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myoRESEARCH® 3.16

All-in-One Software

  • Migration to 64 Bit
    With 64-bit operation, MR3 is now able to maximize the available computing power.
  • Functional Calibrations
    Using accelerometer-based techniques to correct course misalignments, these new functional calibration routines allow customers to use the myoMOTION system in magnetically distorted environments.
  • Python Based Formula Editor
    The Python based formula editor allows the application of math functions to and between all measured signals to create new signals that can be analyzed in any of the MR3 reports.
  • COP Tracing
    Visualize center of pressure with a 3D animation for multiple force plates.
  • Report Editing Shelf
    Report editing is now simplified with options to drag and drop report elements into predefined and custom layouts.
  • Shorter Calibration Time
    The standard calibration time has been reduced from 20 seconds to 7 seconds.
  • Spacial Gait Parameters
    Spatial gait and running parameters are now provided based on calculated estimates using trajectory data from the myoMOTION foot sensors.
  • Manual Contact Correction
    In records with difficult ground contact patterns, users can manually define foot contacts when automatic detection fails.
  • Offline Data Recovery
    Data stored in the sensor’s onboard memory, due to data loss from transmission interference or out-of-range measurement, can now be recovered at the convenience of the user.
  • Gap Filling Routine
    Using mathematical techniques, this new feature fills gaps in data caused by heavy transmission interference or unstable recovery.
  • Manual Bone Dimensions
    Subjects with abnormal anthropometrics caused by disability or joint contractures can be manually sized and corrected.
  • Selectable Bone Animation
    Users can select which bone segments are shown on the skeletal avatar in the myoMOTION animation window.
  • High Resolution Avatar Snapshots
    This new function allows users to export high-resolution screenshots of the myoMOTION avatar to use in application reports or presentations.
  • Selectable Video Formats
    Users can select which bone segments are shown on the skeletal avatar in the myoMOTION animation window.
  • Sagittal Plane Gait Normatives
    Pulished sagittal plane normative ranges for the lower extremities (Perry, 1992) are now included within the POI gait reports for all 8 subphases of walking gait.
  • 4-Click Force Vector Overlay Routine
    Positioning the force vector overlay frame has been made easier with a 4-click routine guided by an integrated wizard.
  • Improved Weight Line Definition
    Based on customer feedback, it was understood that having subjects stand still at the end of a jump series was sometimes challenging. To address this, the body weight definition period now occurs at the beginning of a jump series.
  • Gait Analysis with FDM 1.5 Walkway
    A full step cycle can now be analyzed with only three alternating contact patterns.
  • Improved Step Detection
    Difficult gait and foot contact patterns are automatically detected with optimized step detection algorithms.
  • Velocity Related Gait Parameter Norms
    Updated velocity-based gait parameter normative ranges have been included in the bilateral gait reports.